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[texts]Additions to Common sense : addressed to the inhabitants of America - Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809
American independency defended.--Antient testimony and principles of the people called Quakers.--The propriety of independency.--A review of the American contest.--Letter to the Earl of Dartmouth.--Observations on Lord North's conciliatory plan.--On sending commissioners to treat with the Congress.--Questions and answers.--Case in point.--Proposals for a consideration of the colonies
Keywords: United States -- Politics and government 1775-1783
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[texts]Plain truth: addressed to the inhabitants of America. Contain ing remarks on a late pamphlet intitled Common sense:.. - Candidus, pseud

Keywords: Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809; United States -- Politics and government 1775-1783
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[texts]An oration in memory of General Montgomery, and of the officers and soldiers who fell with him, December 31, 1775, before Quebec [microform] : drawn up (and delivered February 19th, 1776) at the desire of the Honourable Continental Congress - Smith, William, 1727-1803
"O thou, who bad'st them fall ..."
Keywords: Montgomery, Richard, 1738-1775; Montgomery, Richard, 1738-1775
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[texts]Plain truth addressed to the inhabitants of America, containing remarks on a late pamphlet, intitled Common sense [microform] wherein are shewn, that the scheme of independence is ruinous, delusive, and impracticable; that were the author's asseverations, respecting the power of America, as real as nugatory, reconciliation on liberal principles with Great Britain would be exalted policy; and that, circumstanced as we are, permanent liberty and true happiness can only be obtained by reconciliation with that kingdom - Candidus
"Will ye turn from Flattery ..."
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[texts]Plain truth addressed to the inhabitants of America, containing remarks on a late pamphlet, intitled Common sense : wherein are shewn, that the scheme of independence is ruinous, delusive, and impracticable, that were the author's asseverations, respecting the power of America, as real as nugatory, reconciliation on liberal principles with Great Britain would be exalted policy, ... - Chalmers, James, 1727?-1806
"and that, circumstanced as we are, permanent liberty and true happiness can only be obtained by reconciliation with that Kingdom."
Keywords: Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809
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[texts]Extracts from the votes and proceedings of the American Continental Congress held at Philadelphia, on the fifth of September, 1774 [microform] : containing the Bill of Rights, a list of grievances, occasional resolves, the association, an address to the people of Great-Britain, and a memorial to the inhabitants of the British American colonies - United States. Continental Congress
"Published by order of the Congress."
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[texts]McFingall, a modern epic poem, or, The town-meeting [microform] - Trumbull, John, 1750-1831
Satiric poem on the American Revolution
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